“ICAIH 2019: The Second International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Humanities”

Special Theme: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Human and Society


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Date: August 14, 2019

Venue: Chung-Ang University, Building #310(Centennial Hall), Room B601


Timeline Presentation & Contents
Part 1 9:00 ~ 9:30 Building #310(Centennial Hall), Room B601
9:30 ~ 10:00 Opening Ceremony

Opening Remarks: Chan Kyu Lee, Director of Humanities Research Institute

Welcoming Remarks: Seong Kyu Kim, President of the Society for Korean Language & Literature Research

Congratulatory Speech: Chang Soo Kim, President of Chung-Ang University

Gu Yong Park, Director of Headquarters of NRF

10:00 ~ 10:50 Keynote Speaker: Daeshik Kim(KAIST)

The concept of truth in the age of A.I.

10:50 ~ 11:40 Keynote Speaker: Paul Dumouchel(Ritsumeikan University)

Philosophy and the Politics of Moral Machines

11:40~ 11:50 Group Photo & Break
11:50 ~ 12:40 Keynote Speaker: Jinho Park(Seoul National University)

The Role of Domain Knowledge in Deep Learning-based Language Processing and Research

12:40 ~ 2:00 Lunch

Location: Cafeteria(Building #303, B1)

Part 2-A   Part A: Sessions of Humanities Research Institute
Session 1

(Room B601)

Special Session with Invited Speakers

Moderator: Travis Shaw

Session 2

(Room B602)

Special Session with Invited Speakers

Moderator: Ilhan Ilkilic

Session 3

(Room B603)

Special Session with Invited Speakers

Moderator: Iksoon Chung


Session 4

(Room 723)

General Session


Moderator: Nathan Cole

Session 5


General Session

Moderator: Seo-i Hwang

Session 6

(Room 727)

General Session

Moderator: Sunyong Byun

Session 7

(Room 728)

General Session

Moderator: Youngja Nam


2:00 ~ 2:30 Iva Rinčić(University of Rijeka)


Artificially intelligent living: smart cities and bioethical standards

Yude Bi(Fudan University)


Construction of a descriptive framework for grammatical attributes of Korean connective endings in natural language understanding

Changwon Jeong(Wonkwang University)

Preparing the future of medical image related research with AI

Egemen Bezci, Nicholas Borroz(National Sun-Yat Sen University)


Taming the Anthropocene: Artificial Intelligence-powered Sustainability

Youngsue Han(Hankuk University of Foreign studies)


Visualization of ‘Ten Diagrams on Sage Learning through Roman Ingarden’s framework

Haewon Ju(Andong National University)


AI and Human Relationships



Pyeongjong Park(Chung-Ang University)


Evolution of automata: moving machine, sensory machine, thinking machine

2:30 ~ 3:00 Amir Muzur(University of Rijeka)


Artificial intelligence and consciousness: an epharmological analysis

Bingnan Zheng(Nanjing University)


How Could a Machine P{lay Language Games with Us?

Heekyung Moon(Wonkwang University)


Open Knowledge Graph of Historical Heritages for Korean Religions

Rifaldy Fajar(Yogyakata State University)


Mapping of Disaster Prone-Areas using Fuzzy C-Means Clustering Algorithm in Kulon Progo Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Baro Kim(Chung-Ang University)


Reading Buddhist scriptures with Deep Learning

Bunsun Kim(Chung-Ang University)


Cooperation between Political Human and Artificial Intelligent

Byungkwan Choi(Chung-Ang University)


Artificial Intelligence Vehicle Open Platform SoC Smart Device Application Research

3:00 ~ 3:30 Michael Cheng-tek Tai(Chung Shan Medical University)


The Impact of artificial intelligence on human society and bioethics

Fukui Rei(Tokyo University)


Seal 8.0: A system for Drawing Linguistic Maps

Chanyong Kim(SAMSUNG SDS)


Introduction of Samsung SDS Cello AI Solution

Olga Larina(Southwest State University)


Protection of Human rights and freedoms in the era of Artificial Intelligence Development

Honam Sim(Chung-Ang University)


Classical Chinese Language Education in era of AI

Jaein Kim(Kyunghee University)


Living well with a smart instrument


Ciyuan Peng, Jason J. Jung(Chung-Ang University)


Topic Modeling-based Approach to Metaphor Identification in Chinese Poetries

3:30 ~ 3:40 Break
Part 3-A    
Session 8

(Room B601)

Special Session with Invited Speakers

Moderator: Jiyoung Park


Session 9

(Room B602)

Special Session with Invited Speakers

Moderator: Jae-uk Choo


Session 10

(Room B603)

Special Session with Invited Speakers

Moderator: Amir Muzur


Session 11

(Room 723)

General Session


Moderator: Iva Rinčić

Session 12

(Room 726)

Moderator: Jaehyeok Yang

Session 13

(Room 727)

Moderator: U-gyu Kang

3:40 ~ 4:10 Sang Eun Woo(Purdue University)


AI and Psychology of Work

Jeongho Sim(IBM Korea)


Empowering Healthcare with artificial intelligence: How could we frame it?

Miriam Cha(MIT Lincoln Laboratory‧Harvard University)


How to generate synthetic data using adversarial nets

Jazeera Akhymbekova(Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Chemistry and Biology of Aktau)


Can including auditory visualization exercises improve student imagination without the use of ready-made templates and drawings?

Chul Kang(University of Seoul)


Artificial Intelligence and the meaning of life, is superintelligence possible?


Youngsue Han‧Suhyoun Hwang(Sogang University)


Can I supervise artificial Intelligence to imagine?: Image classifiacation based on Gaston Bachelard’s Philosophy of Imagination

4:10 ~ 4:40 Nathan Cole(Salt Lake Community College)


Fears, Cheers, and Careers: Science Fiction’s Representation of the Mythology and Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Humanity and Society

Ilhan Ilkilic(Istanbul University)


Ethical and Cultural Aspects of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine


Aditya Nayak(Jawaharlal Nehru University)


Deep Learning: Shifting the Telos from ‘Singularity’ to ‘Perception’

Paramjeet Singh Berwal(University of Georgia )


Imagining Humans and Society in the AI future

Yongsoo Kang(Korea University)


Will the future human desires be filled with happiness?


Youngsue Han‧Jaehoon Kim(Sogang University)


Can Artificial Intelligence understand state control by Zhu Yuanzhang (朱元) over the Confucian classics?: Mengzi (孟子) and the Mengzi jiewen (孟子節文)?

4:40 ~ 5:10   Jean Lassègue(French National Research Centre)


The Impact of Digital Transformations on the Rule of Law

    Soyoung Park(Chung-Ang University)


Imagination on the Human Body in the Age of A.I.: Ciborg, Transhuman, and Posthuman

O-Joun Lee‧Jason J. Jung(Chung-Ang University)


Computational Narrative Representation and Analytics

5:10 ~ 5:20 Break & Move
Part 2-B   Part B: Sessions of The Society of Korean Language & Literature Research
Session 1

(Room 729)


Korean Language

Session 2

(Room 730)


Korean Classical Literature


Session 3

(Room 731)


Korean Modern Literature


Session 4

(Room 618)


Korean Language Education

2:00 ~ 2:30 Gyeongwoo Jang(Soongsil University)


Analytic Cognizance and Usage of a Korean Child’s Word Form-Focused on Spontaneous Speech of a Child from 16 months to 48 months old


Jeongran Yu(Korea University)


Aspects of Appearance and Meanings of Kosijo(古時調) anthology

Sangduck Song(Soongsil University)

A study on virginal purity of Lee Kwang Soo’s trilogy of <a group of people>

LI QIN(Seoul National University)

A study on the education of Negation Expressions in Korean argumentative writing for Chinese learners


2:30 ~ 3:00 Jungsoon Park(Soongsil University)


A Study on the change of ‘-eis-’ in the Middle Korean – Focused on glides /y/ deletion of ‘-eis/eisi->-es/esi-’ –

Insuk Jeong(Sungkyunkwan University)


Characteristics of description of her siblings and meaning of brotherhood expression in Lee dong’s works

Eunhye Nam(Seoul National University)


Narrative that runs through a flowing history

-The study of Han Moosook’s postwar novel

Jiyea Kim(Korea University)


A current status of Korean language programs for female marriage immigrants based on the life-cycle perspective

3:00 ~ 3:30 Hyunju Kim(Hongik University), Yeonju Jeong(Gongju National University of Education)


A brief survey on the polysemy and its historical development of a Korean root kuman( < ku+man)

Seungeun Lee(Hallym University)


A study on yadam in magazine of transition period to Modern Era

Miok Eom(Dongduk Women’s University)


A study on the placeness of square in the 2000s novel

Quan Wenhua(Kyunghee University)


A study on the bilingual use and identity of Korean-Chinese in Korea

3:30 ~ 4:00 Break
Part 3-B    
Session 5

(Room 729)


Korean Language

Session 6

(Room 730)


Korean Classical Literature


Session 7

(Room 731)


Korean Modern Literature


Session 8

(Room 618)


Korean Language Education

4:00 ~ 4:30 Ilhwan Kim(Sungshin women’s University)


Genealogy of Korean modern novel style and computational stylometrics

Choondong Yoo, Myungkwan Park(Sunmoon University)


Utilizing AI(artificial intelligence) in literature research

Cheolho Kwon(Seoul National University)


Fictionalization of pseudo-history

Yunjung Han, Seongho Jeong(Kyunghee University)


A Case Study of Korean Language Class using ‘Parallel Texts Task for Vocabulary Activities’ – Focused on ‘이상하다‘ and ‘기이하다

4:30 ~ 5:00 Gyuhwan Oh(Dongduk Women’s University)


A thought on the formation of Korean interjections

Joonhyeong Kim(Busan National University of Education)


LeeChunPungjeon and NamJunYeoGeol

Eun Kwon(Korea National University of Transportation)


The geocritical study of Korean modern novels and the metropolis Tokyo(2)


Jiyeon Jeon(Kangwon National University)


Speech recognition error of artificial intelligent speaker

5:00 ~ 5:20 Break & Move
Part 4 5:20~


Closing Ceremony and Student Travel Grants Awarding Ceremony

Location: University Club(Building #102, 11th floor)

Closing Remarks: Joong Seok Ryu, Vice-President of Chung-Ang University





Location: University Club(Building #102, 11th floor)